Who We Are

Vision

Create a non-discriminatory and violence free environment for women and children.

Mission

Protect and safeguard the rights of women and children, so that they can enjoy meaningful and dignified lives.

Governance

The Governing board is represented by 7-members and all of them are women from different socio-economic and cultural background. The board strength lies in its diversity that it represents. The board meets four times in a year. The governing body is responsible to provide legislative, advisory and strategic support to the organisation. The governing body brings out various policies guidelines for better programs and financial management along with drawing up long-term perspective plans in line with the organisation’s vision and mission, reviews and approves organisational and programs budget and initiatives and undertakes recruitment of the statutory auditor. Following is the currently serving members of the governing board of SMVM

Name Date of Birth Gender Occupation Position in the Board
Malti Laguri 13.01.1973 Female Social Activist President
Nargis khatoon 16.07.1967 Female Social Activist Secretary
Johra Khatoon 01.01.1966 Female Social Activist Treasurer
Ritu Samal 01.01.1982 Female Skill Trainer Member
Shahnaz Begum 01.01.1966 Female Skill Trainer Member
Anupriya Behra 20.01.1998 Female Teacher Member
Sajra Begum 22.05.1980 Female Teacher Skill Trainer

Organogram

Geographical Outreach

SMVM has its presence in 17 blocks in 2 districts, covering 601 villages from 125 gram panchayats.

Accreditation and Recognition

  1. Received accreditation in recognition of compliance with good practices in the areas of Governance, Financial Management, Internal Control Systems and Legal Compliance, 2018-19”, conducted by Financial Management Services Foundation. (An image of the letter will be placed)

  2. Received a letter of appreciation from save the Children, Jharkhand for successfully implementing the Girls Child Education project in West Singhbhum. (An image of the letter will be placed)

  3. Received ‘The Change Maker Award - 2019’ by Save the Children for being a champion for India’s most vulnerable children

SMVM has served or currently serving the following committee

SL Name of the committee Designation in the committee Period (from – to)
1 District Level Task Force – One Stop Centre Member 2019 – Continue
2 Advisory committee for Jharkhand Initiative for Adolescent Health Member 2017 – Continue
3 Task force to combat malnutrition in West Singhbhum Member 2016 - Continue
4 Child Welfare Committee, West Singhbhum Member 2007 - 2010
5 Task force for abolish Bonded Labour in West Singhbhum Member 2009 - Continue